250 sign up to become special constables with North Yorkshire Police

North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan

North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan

First published in News

North Yorkshire Police say 250 people have signed up in the first week of a campaign to recruit more special constables.

The campaign was launched to boost the number of volunteers, and more than 3,500 people have since visited the website to get more information.

Almost 400 of those have “expressed interest” and 250 people have officially signed up. I am extremely pleased by the response to the campaign so far,” said Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan.

“If you have the wish to make a positive difference in your local community, I can think of no better way than by joining the special constabulary and becoming a member of this highly respected service.”

However, the Craven area had the lowest number of applicants.

Superintendent Richard Anderson, who oversees the Special Constabulary, added: “Those who join the service will find it a deeply rewarding experience, which will help them develop personally and professionally.”

To learn more or apply to be a special constable visit nypspecials.com

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